Evolutions Treatment Center Discharge Survey

The following information was gathered over a 6 month period in which we received 142 responses pertaining to certain aspects of life following discharge from our program.

1 Week Following Discharge From Our Program

Reported they were able to Maintain Abstinence

Reported a Definite increase in quality of life

Reported continued therapy, treatment, and/or support

2 Week Following Discharge From Our Program

Reported they were able to Maintain Abstinence

Reported a Definite increase in quality of life

Reported continued therapy, treatment, and/or support

1 Month Following Discharge From Our Program

Reported they were able to Maintain Abstinence

Reported a Definite increase in quality of life

Reported continued therapy, treatment, and/or support

3 Month Following Discharge From Our Program

Reported they were able to Maintain Abstinence

Reported a Definite increase in quality of life

Reported continued therapy, treatment, and/or support

6 Month Following Discharge From Our Program

Reported they were able to Maintain Abstinence

Reported a Definite increase in quality of life

Reported continued therapy, treatment, and/or support

Disclaimer – Not all alumni of Evolutions consistently respond to follow up questionnaires for a variety of reasons including, decline to participate, unreachable, etc.

Survey data is as follows – 1 Week Follow Up Data: 11, 2 Week Follow Up Data: 23 people, 1 Month Follow up Data: 21 people, 3 Month Follow Up Data: 50 People, 6 month Follow up Data: 37 people

2017 Exit Interview Analysis and Interpretation

Upon discharge from our program, each patient is asked to do an anonymous voluntary exit interview that is comprised of 17 sections including multiple choice questions, Likert rating scales, and written feedback requests.

The goal of this exit interview is to analyze the patient experience here at Evolutions Treatment Center. We ask the patient to rate our admissions department, residential department, and clinical department on a scale of 1-10. We also ask them to commend outstanding staff members as well as offer us their opinion on areas of needed improvement and/or areas of excellence.

Noteworthy Results from 2017:

  • 123 patients agreed to submit their feedback to us
  • Patients scored their comfortability during the referral process a 9.32 out of 10.* (+0.16 difference from 2016)
  • Patients scored their comfortability during the admissions process a 9.52 out of 10.* (+0.38 difference from 2016)
  • Patients rated the overall quality of the services received at Evolutions a 9.31 out of 10.* (-0.22 different from 2016)
  • Patients rated the overall level that their needs were met at a 9.20 out of 10.* (-0.31 difference from 2016)
  • Patients rated the Residential Portion of our program at a 9.07 out of 10.* (-.07 difference from 2016)
  • Patients rated the Residential Facility itself at a 9.34 out of 1 0.* (+0.13 difference from 2016)
  • Patients rated the Clinical Portion of our program at a 9.20 out of 1 0.* (-0.24 difference from 2016)
  • Patients rated the Clinical facility at a 9.15 out of 10.* (-0.40 difference from 2016)
  • Patients reported their confidence in their recovery is at a 9.15 out of 10 leaving our program.* (+0.11 difference from 2016)
  • 96.64% of patients reported that they will be following up with aftercare recommendations.
  • 98.37% of patients reported that they would refer a friend or a relative to our program.

*Results Provided were a weighted average of all answers provided per question.

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Results That Matter

An overwhelming number of patients reported that they would change nothing in our program and we have the exit interview data to reflect that. Click here to see the full report and learn more about how Evolutions Treatment Center can guide you on your way to a happier life.

Formal Pre- and Post-Test Assessments

At Evolutions we conduct pre and post-test assessments with patients to determine treatment outcomes. At the current time we utilize two measures that have strong psychometric properties, which are administered at admission and discharge: BSCQ & BASIS 24. Taken together, these two instruments assess our patient’s confidence level in high risk and potentially triggering situations as well as to examine self-reported change over the course of our co-occurring substance abuse and/or mental health treatment. This information has been gathered over an extensive period of time and has been amalgamated into simple graphs and is currently being organized into a longitudinal and ongoing research study to ensure the efficacy of our clinical programming and outcomes of our treatment program.

BSCQ SUMMARY

The Brief Situational Confidence Questionnaire (BSCQ) was designed to assess current level of self-confidence in abstaining from usage in situations that are hypothesized to evoke cravings and urges to use substances or alcohol.

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BSCQ TOTAL MEANS DIFFERENCES

  • Treatment Difference
  • Patients reported significantly improved confidence in being able to cope with problematic situations.

UNPLEASANT EMOTIONS PRE-POST TEST

  • Treatment Difference
  • Overall confidence in coping with depressing thoughts and feelings without relapsing increased.

URGES AND TEMPTATIONS PRE-POST TEST

  • Treatment Difference
  • Patients were significantly more assured in their ability to cope with urges without relapsing.

SOCIAL PRESSURE PRE-POST TEST

  • Treatment Difference
  • Patients’ confidence in their ability to cope with peer pressure without relapsing increased.

BASIS-24 SUMMARY

The Behavior and Symptom Identification Scale (BASIS-24) was designed to assess individuals’ behaviors and symptoms associated with co-occurring mental health and substance abuse during the past week, as an indicator of perceived change correlated with treatment.

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BASIS-24 TOTAL MEANS DIFFERENCES

  • Treatment Difference
  • Patients indicated that they believed that there were significant improvements in many areas of their lives by the end of treatment.

MANAGING LIFE PRE-POST TEST

  • Treatment Difference
  • There was the belief that life was significantly more manageable by the end of treatment.

COPING WITH PROBLEMS PRE-POST TEST

  • Treatment Difference
  • Patients reported that they believed that they were significantly more able to cope with problems in life at the completion of treatment.

CONFIDENCE PRE-POST TEST

  • Treatment Difference
  • Patients reported that they had a significant increase in self-confidence by the end of treatment.